The Resource The restaurant at the end of the universe: : modelling the colonisation of Australia, James F. O'Connell and Jim Allen ... [et al.]

The restaurant at the end of the universe: : modelling the colonisation of Australia, James F. O'Connell and Jim Allen ... [et al.]

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The restaurant at the end of the universe: : modelling the colonisation of Australia
Title
The restaurant at the end of the universe:
Title remainder
modelling the colonisation of Australia
Statement of responsibility
James F. O'Connell and Jim Allen ... [et al.]
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Language
eng
Summary
Discusses a model of the early colonisation of Sahul (Australia and New Guinea); includes chronology, routes, genetic evidence, environment and climate, subsistence and dietary preference, site structure and mobility; effect on regional fauna and flora; causes of technological simplicity; includes commentary and response by authors (p. 17-31)
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O'Connell, J. F.
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no index present
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non fiction
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Allen, James
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The restaurant at the end of the universe: : modelling the colonisation of Australia, James F. O'Connell and Jim Allen ... [et al.]
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 13-16, 30-31
Contents
  • On a fast-track:
  • Should I stay or should I go now?
  • Four questions about foraging models and the process of colonisation /
  • Comment /
  • Comment /
  • Now bring me that horizon /
  • Comment /
  • The shipping news /
  • Dancing on pins:
  • Boats, stones and risks /
  • Colonising Sahul /
  • And the answer is 42... /
  • Response
Extent
p. 3-31
Label
The restaurant at the end of the universe: : modelling the colonisation of Australia, James F. O'Connell and Jim Allen ... [et al.]
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 13-16, 30-31
Contents
  • On a fast-track:
  • Should I stay or should I go now?
  • Four questions about foraging models and the process of colonisation /
  • Comment /
  • Comment /
  • Now bring me that horizon /
  • Comment /
  • The shipping news /
  • Dancing on pins:
  • Boats, stones and risks /
  • Colonising Sahul /
  • And the answer is 42... /
  • Response
Extent
p. 3-31

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